Killbear Part 1

I’ve been processing photos from last weekends trip to Killbear Provincial Park for the past couple days. I thought I’d break the trip into multiple posts. The trip was pure photography based. We were up at 4:30am for sunrises and were out past 10pm for the sunsets and twilight shots. We spent the afternoon scouting…

Mikey Likes It

This past weekend, fellow photographer and long time friend Mike Pereira, executive director of the Mike Pereira Photography blog, and I embarked upon an epic quest. A quest that brought together two amateur photographers on a camping trip in Killbear Provincial Park on the shores of Georgian Bay, Ontario. We came, we saw, we took pictures. The…

Photo of the Week: Week 30

As I was sitting in my camp chair this morning, I looked over and noticed that the cup holder was empty – an unusual sight. I thought the netting that made up the cup holder had a interesting pattern. Feeling lazy I grabbed the camera, (which was already in my hands), and took this shot.

Fort Henry

Fort Henry is situated in Kingston, Ontario. Built during the War of 1812 when Ontario was a British colony known as Upper Canada, it was situated to protect the Kingston Royal Naval Dockyard from a possible U.S. attack. It also served as POW camps in both World Wars. The last time I was at Fort Henry,…

On a Boat

Last week while on vacation in Prince Edward County, we got to go for a bit of a boat ride on my wife’s cousins sail boat. After a couple of very windy days, we headed out into the Bay of Quinte using the diesel motor (since my 3 year old son nor I have a…

Say What…? #15

Patrick: “Daddy is that where Santa Claus lives?” Me: “No, that’s just a townhouse.” – Patrick (2012) We were driving to work this morning and we passed a townhouse. The exact same townhouse we’ve driven past everyday. I remember this one particular house had a Santa decoration on it back in December and they took it down…

Say What…? #14

Stephanie: “Patrick are you dancing?” Patrick: “No, I’m just rocking out”. – Patrick (2012) This morning before heading to school we were sitting in the living room and Patrick started doing some pretty strange things which some might interpret as dance moves. It turns out we were wrong.